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Ot·to

(ot'ō),
Adolph W., German surgeon, 1786-1845. See: Otto pelvis, Otto disease.

Ot·to

Friedrich Julius, German chemist, 1809-1870. See: Stas-Otto method.
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Judge Otto was appointed by the Illinois Supreme Court in February of 2012.
With his commune, Otto tried to break free from the decadent practices of the structures of civilization and state.
In addition to being a catalogue of slapstick humour, Big Top Otto brims with puns, references to popular culture and general word play that will satisfy more sophisticated readers.
In his upbringing and his education Otto was deeply influenced by traditional religious ideas and practices.
And when his country was invaded, Otto was near Brazil, on board the 2,500-ton Facto, carrying a cargo of timber from Canada.
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Dr Michael Otto, chairman of the Otto Group supervisory board and eldest son of Werner Otto, added: "His deeds and decisions were consistently future-orientated and he accomplished a great deal as an entrepreneur.
In 1916 the four-year-old Archduke Otto, now Crown Prince or Thronfblger of Austria-Hungary, made his first public appearance at Franz Joseph's funeral when he walked between his parents behind the massive 'Habsburg Death Carriage'.
Otto never misses an opportunity to tell me how much he aches for Germany.
Otto III (983-1002), from a family based in Saxony in northern Germany, was emperor of what we now call Germany and Italy; they had been ruled together since his grand-father Otto I took Italy in 962.
For those interested in the book of Deuteronomy, Otto's work cannot be ignored; in nearly half of the seven hundred pages of this volume Otto engages with this book--which is not surprising since his contribution in this field through the years has been enormous.
OTTO (Moving right as otto moves to him; to get by him): Oh, Christ